Let me jump back a bit here and address the last post of yours with specific claims other than "Man is not of this world!™"
Originally posted by MankoW
[ I'm deleting the first paragraph, not because I'm unwilling to consider what you say there, but because I'm having a hard time parsing it. ]
There are dozens of risk factors for heart disease. Those cited most often by medical orthodoxy include high blood cholesterol, smoking, lack of
exercise, stress and overweight.
Yes, one of the vulnerable systems for humans is our hearts. It's a pretty major organ, and one that doesn't have all of the flaws worked out of it
yet. Evolution's a bitch, neh?
But just because you can find fault in one of our systems, doesn't mean we're of extraterrestrial origin. Cats have notoriously problematic
stomachs, kidneys, and bladders. That doesn't mean that they're automatically from Saturn 
When we analise this short list, here is what is predominant: overweight, hmm it reminds me of gravity,
And the tendency for Americans to add sugar and/or fat to everything we eat. Our heart problems aren't due to an immense gravity pulling our
cardiovascular system down, it has to do with small particles of cholesterol building up in the veins around the heart. When the blood flow is
restricted enough due to this blockage, our hearts suffer damage. This would be true in lesser, micro-, or zero-gravity.
then lack of exercise, where organism goes back to preprogramed values.
It's not so much "going back to preprogramed values" as your body making use of tissue that's no longer needed for support or movement. The body
likes to be as efficient as possible, and to save as much energy as possible. So, if you're not using a muscle for long enough, your body will start
to cannibalize the cells making up that muscle. This saves the body energy by reducing its total volume and by making nutrients that would have been
taken up keeping an unneeded cell alive available to other systems. The same holds true of our bones: we will keep as many cells as we need in the
current situation, but no more. Astronauts have to use a lot of tricks in space to keep their physical fitness level approaching what it needs to be
here on earth because of this.
If these values are for the gravity half of ours, then it provoke heart disease because every weight is overweight.
Again, heart disease has to do with cholesterol in the veins surrounding the heart, not with how many pounds we weigh.
There was some stuff at the end that I also had difficulty understanding. I think you were just restating your previous points, but it's a little
hard following you. If English isn't your native language, may I ask what is? Sometimes that helps me puzzle out peoples' phrasing and grammar,
when I know what their reference point is.
Look, I'm glad you're stretching your brain a bit here and looking into odd ideas. It's a lot of fun to do, and one of the main reasons I hang
around ATS even though I fall firmly into the ranks of the skeptics here. What I ask, though, is that we don't get so caught up in our pet theories
that we make ourselves blind to their flaws. It's alright to say "Hey guys, I think humans originated on the shores of lake Hali, in the ancient
city of Carcosa because $foo" but when someone points out that your theory about $foo is wrong, and also that there is no city of Carcosa on the
shores of Hali, have the honesty to accept that.
 Obligatory Lovecraft reference. Substitute whatever other real/imagined planet you'd like for Saturn if that offends you.
 Not trying to be mean here, I'm honestly curious. I tend to get a bit geeky about languages, being a linguist myself